Books Carnival – February 18, 2007


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Welcome to the February 18, 2007 edition of books carnival. We look forward to share with you every other week great links to authors and writers around the world. Please comment on how you like the edition.

Vinod presents Free Technical Books on the Internet posted at Free Technical Books on the Net, saying, “Free Engineering/ Medical/Technical/Mathematics Books on the Internet”

book reviews

emigre presents In The Miso Soup by Ryu Murakami at emigrestudio.com posted at emigre, saying, “A book not for the faint-hearted!”

Matthew Paulson presents Kiyosaki’s Cash Flow Quadrant: A Book Review posted at Getting Green.

John Ottinger presents Condensed Knowledge posted at Grasping For The Wind.

David Maister presents Making A Difference posted at Passion, People and Principles, saying, “As an author, or as a speaker, you never know the influence you may or may not have had. Here are two emails I received this week which are immensely gratifying.”

Matthew Paulson presents The Truth About Dave Ramsey posted at Getting Green.

Jokes Humor presents The House on Mango Street, by Sandra Cisneros posted at Michelle’s Book Reviews, saying, “My reviewof House on Mango Street. Comments on my blog welcome.”

GrrlScientist presents Pox: Genius, Madness, and the Mysteries of Syphilis posted at Living the Scientific Life, saying, “by Deborah Hayden was an interesting biography of a bacterial infection that has baffled doctors for hundreds of years; syphilis.”

GrrlScientist presents The Republican War on Science posted at Living the Scientific Life, saying, “by Chris Mooney, this book argues that the disregard for scientists and the scientific method has been carefully nurtured by the modern conservative movement.”

book clubs

The Book’s Den presents Book Club News – Meet the Author Night “Don’t miss out in this great opportunity The Book’s Den is offering their readers. Their contributor authors are eager to meet with Book Clubs!

presentations

Will Chen presents Ethnic Markets: Feel worldly for cheap posted at Wisebread, saying, “Tannaz is working on a Jewish-Iranian cookbook in order to preserve the rich (and delicious) cultural heritage of her people. You can find early drafts of her work on http://www.WiseBread.com and tannazie.blogspot.com.”

special promotions

LolaLondon presents 5. Last Words posted at L’undone, saying, “Here is a tale of high-weirdness, big love, cyber-crime and the mutual insane obsession of two people that never even met. This blog is the true story of how it happened.”

Sagar Satapathy presents Regal Royalty Tips posted at Self Publishing Blog.

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